Tottenham 4-1 Southampton LIVE RESULT: Sessegnon, Dier, Kulusesvki and Salisu own goal see Spurs ease to victory - bdsthanhhoavn.com

Tottenham 4-1 Southampton LIVE RESULT: Sessegnon, Dier, Kulusesvki and Salisu own goal see Spurs ease to victory

TOTTENHAM have hammered Southampton in their first Premier League match of the season.

James Ward-Prowse silenced the crowd in North London early on to put the Saints ahead.

But a Ryan Sessegnon header saw Antonio Conte’s men draw level before Eric Dier turned the game on its head.

Things got better for Spurs in the second half as a dreadful own goal from Mohammed Salidu made it 3-1 before Dejan Kulusevski added a fourth.

  • Ginger from Sweden

    How good was this man today? Dejan Kulusevski lit up the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

    Credit: EPA
  • Worrying for Saints

    In truth, a second half collapse made things very easy for Spurs in the end.

    They showed a lack of belief after going behind, and hardly troubled at all other than Ward-Prowse’s sensational opener.

  • Spurs dominant

    Despite the early scare, that was a very impressive Spurs performance.

    Kane and Son may not have been on target, but the whole squad performed to eventually ease past Southampton.

  • Full-time!

    Spurs head to the top of the table after a resounding 4-1 win!

  • Tottenham 4-1 Southampton

    90′: Kane tries his luck – from his own half – which perhaps unsurprisingly doesn’t cause Bazunu any trouble.

  • Tottenham 4-1 Southampton

    88′: Dominant defending from Romero to stop Armstrong in his tracks on the attack.

  • Tottenham 4-1 Southampton

    86′: Lovely strike by Perraud but he can’t keep it down, as he sees it fly over the bar.

  • Tottenham 4-1 Southampton

    84′: Kane shows great awareness to slip in Son, but his shot is comfortably saved by Bazunu.

  • Tottenham 4-1 Southampton

    81′: No goals for Son or Kane despite the four for Spurs today.

    I’m sure they’ll be trying to change that in the final 10 minutes…

  • Tottenham 4-1 Southampton

    79′: Spurs are heading to the top of the table and they look good value for it today.

    Kane looks to find Kulusevski in behind but the Swede is offside.

  • Tottenham 4-1 Southampton

    76′: Great save by Lloris, who gets down low to deny Aribo.

  • Tottenham 4-1 Southampton

    75′: Kane has been a bit out of things in attacks today, and his progress is shut down as Aribo clears.

  • Tottenham 4-1 Southampton

    70′: Handball claims are eventually turned down. and the corner comes to nothing.

  • Tottenham 4-1 Southampton

    69′: Big shouts for a penalty for Spurs!

  • Tottenham 4-1 Southampton

    66′: Perisic is introduced for his first Premier League appearance, replacing Sessegnon.

  • Tottenham 4-1 Southampton

    62′: The defending from Saints is woeful, as Kulusevski is awarded time to stroke the ball past Bazulu and make this one all but over.

  • Tottenham 4-1 Southampton

    Kulusevski gets in on the act!

  • Tottenham 3-1 Southampton

    61′: Royal gets in behind and flashes a cross across the face of goal, and Salisu can’t do anything but turn it into his own net and double Spurs’ lead.

  • Tottenham 3-1 Southampton

    Salisu turns it into his own net!

  • Tottenham 2-1 Southampton

    60′: A bit nervy for Spurs following a Walker-Peters cross, which is eventually cleared.

    Good spell this for the Saints.

  • Tottenham 2-1 Southampton

    57′: Southampton win a corner off Royal, which is headed away by Kane.

  • Tottenham 2-1 Southampton

    54′: Commanding goalkeeping from Bazunu again, as he claims the ball at the expense of his teammate Walker-Peters, who is currently receiving treatment.

  • Tottenham 2-1 Southampton

    51′: A fantastic challenge from Walker-Peters stops Sessegnon getting a certain second of the afternoon.

  • Tottenham 2-1 Southampton

    49′: Davies’ threatening cross is met by Royal, but his header is way over.

  • Tottenham 2-1 Southampton

    46′: Spurs thought they had scored in the first 20 seconds of the half, but the offside flag bails Saints out.

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